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Old 08-15-2019, 10:30 AM
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I also have a Traeger and also love it. I'll mirror everything Fins said. Mine gets to a bit over 400, and it came with a WiFi probe so I can monitor and even change temperatures through my smart phone if I'm away. I also use my Weber propane to sear at the end, but a good cast iron skillet in the oven could do the same.

Smoking though is the real joy of a wood pellet grill. I currently have six 5 gallon buckets each with a different type of wood in them. It is fun to try meats smoked on different woods and taste the subtle (and sometimes not subtle) differences.

They aren't cheap, but I think it was money well spent.